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Retire Detroit Police Dept. officers Al Grant, left, Don Taylor and Greg Trozak, right, of the Retired Detroit Police and Fire Fighters Association, pose for a photo with some police and firefighter memorabilia at their office Friday, July 19, 2013 in Sterling Heights, Mich. "The retirement obligation and health care obligation of a workforce that used to support a 2 million population cannot be supported with the diminished population of 700,000," said Steve Miller, board chairman at insurance giant AIG who has turned around a number of struggling companies. Detroit's pensioners are likely to see benefit cuts. And because they're lower in the pecking order of creditors, they may bear the brunt of the city's ills. And many will have trouble taking the hit, especially those hurt in the line of duty. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)

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